Linguistics

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Tri-College Spring 2015

Course 
Swarthmore
Bryn Mawr & Haverford
Intro to Language and
Linguistics (writing course)

LING 001
Brook Lillehaugen
TTH 9:55-11:10a

 
Language & Identity in the African Experience: From Kenya to Mexico

LING 030
Jamie Thomas
W 1:15-4p

Semantics (cross-listed as PHIL40) (writing course)

LING 040
Ted Fernald
TTH 11:20-12:35p



Morphology (Prereq LING001 or 045, eligible for Cognitive Science credit) LING043
Emily Gasser
TTH 9:55-11:10a
 
Syntax (writing course) LING 050
Emily Gasser
TTH 1:15-2:30p


 
Structure of Navajo (Prereq LING050 and 045 or 052 or permission of the instructor) LING 061
Ted Fernald
TTH 2:40-3:55p
 
Advanced Research Methods in Linguistics (prereq any two of LING 001, 025, 040, 045, and 050, or permission of the instructor. LING 090
Nathan Sanders
TTH 1:15-2:30p
 
Introduction to Linguistics   LINGH101B HC
Staff
MW 11:30am-1pm
Seminar in Phonology: Sound Systems of the Island Pacific (prereq LING 045) LING 105
Emily Gasser
M 1:15-4p
 
Introduction to Semantics   LINGH114 HC
Shizhe Huang
TTH 10-11:30am
Seminar: Linguistic Typology and Constructed Languages (prereq LING001 or 045 or permission of the instructor) LING115
Nathan Sanders
W 1:15-4p
 
Phonetics and Phonology

LINGH115 HC
Brook Lillehaugen
MW 2:30-4pm
Syntax II (prereq LING113 (Haverford) or LING050 (Swarthmore)   LING 116 HC
TBA
MW 1-2:30p